Christian Coleman will lead the USA Track & Field team ahead of the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Birmingham from March 1-4.

The squad features 20 global medallists, including defending world indoor champions Brittney Reese, Vashti Cunningham and Marquis Dendy, with athletes heading to Birmingham having claimed a combined total of 53 medals at Olympic, world indoor and world outdoor competitions.

Another record-breaker, Sharika Nelvis, will be joining him on the team as she contests the 60m hurdles – the event in which she clocked a 7.70 national record at the US Indoor Championships.

USA team


60m: Christian Coleman, Ronnie Baker

400m: Michael Cherry, Aldrich Bailey Jr

800m: Donavan Brazier, Drew Windle

1500m: Ben Blankenship, Craig Engels

3000m: Paul Chelimo, Shadrack Kipchirchir

60m hurdles: Jarret Eaton, Aries Merritt

Pole vault: Scott Houston, Sam Kendricks

Long jump: Jarrion Lawson, Marquis Dendy

Triple jump: Will Claye, Chris Carter

Shot put: Ryan Whiting, Darrell Hill

Heptathlon: Zachery Ziemek

4x400m relay: Vernon Norwood, Paul Dedewo, Fred Kerley, Marqueze Washington

Christian Coleman
Christian Coleman

60m: Javianne Oliver, Destiny Carter

400m: Courtney Okolo, Shakima Wimbley

800m: Ajee’ Wilson, Raevyn Rogers

1500m: Shelby Houlihan, Colleen Quigley

3000m: Shelby Houlihan, Katherine Mackey

60m hurdles: Sharika Nelvis; Kendra Harrison

High jump: Vashti Cunningham

Pole vault: Katie Nageotte, Sandi Morris

Long jump: Brittney Reese, Quanesha Burks

Shot put: Daniella Hill, Jeneva Stevens

Pentathlon: Kendell Williams, Erica Bougard

4x400m relay: Phyllis Francis, Georganne Moline, Quanera Hayes, Joanna Atkins

Source: AW